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Re: [TSVN] Speed optimizing the build process?

From: Brass Tilde <brasstilde_at_insightbb.com>
Date: 2005-08-11 18:46:07 CEST

> About MSBuild: maybe that's available in the .NET2.0Beta, but I'm not
> sure. And before I don't know for sure, I won't download such a big package.

Can't help you there, I haven't downloaded it yet either, even though I *do* have an MSDN subscription...:)

> I found that, yes. The problem is: the PATH variable has multiple paths
> separated by ';' in it, and I need to start a program which is in one of
> those paths.

Would the program not execute from within the build file, even though it's in one of the paths in the PATH environment variable?
That's odd. I don't have the paths to *any* of the executables in my build files defined explicitly; I depend on them being in the
path. Admittedly, it would probably be a bit faster to execute them if I did, but it hasn't been a major concern yet.

> I searched the Nant forums and there was talking about having the paths
> to the VS.NET binaries added automatically in future versions. Maybe
> that's already done by now, I don't know.

Haven't seen mention of it, but I don't watch those forums on an everyday basis.

> Since TSVN needs VS.NET (because of the MFC) I'd rather use MSBuild than
> Nant when it is available, because then we don't have another dependency
> for our build process.

I can certainly sympathize with that sentiment, though I don't have the luxury of waiting for MS to release it...

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